Some Ohio school districts will see an increase in state funding in the state's new two-year budget, but Dublin isn't one of them.

Some Ohio school districts will see an increase in state funding in the state's new two-year budget, but Dublin isn't one of them.

A line-item veto from Gov. John Kasich has cut Dublin City Schools' state funding in the new two-year budget.

Kasich cut tangible-personal-property-tax reimbursements from the new two-year state budget, affecting the bottom line for Dublin City Schools, according to district officials.

The district expects funding to be cut by $1.2 million in the 2017 fiscal year, said Dublin City School Treasurer Stephen Osborne.

"We're very disappointed that the governor chose not to honor an agreement made with Ohio public schools when tax reform was approved in 2005," he said.

TPPT reimbursements for Dublin City Schools have been decreasing over the past several years but will be eliminated in the 2017 fiscal year, Osborne said of the most current figures he has.